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Grocery Shopping Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank

In Food, Money Saving Meals, Wallet Friendly On March 29, 2014 0 Comments

While shopping at the grocery store for all your necessary items might seem convenient, it could actually be costing you more. Shopping around for the best prices might take some… Read More »

Get in Shape…Family Style!

In Family Activities, Parenting Tips On March 26, 2014 0 Comments

Looking to keep you and your family in shape this year? Don’t want to pay the outrageous gym membership fees? We completely understand. One month for a gym… Read More »

Spring Planting

In Family Activities, Food, Home & Garden On March 19, 2014 0 Comments

Spring is right around the corner. Time to break out the gloves, shovels and gardening gear, then get to work preparing your garden for planting season. We have… Read More »

Our Guide to Healthy Eating

In Family Activities, Food, Money Saving Meals, Wallet Friendly On March 16, 2014 0 Comments

The average American gains about one pound during and around the holiday season. While that doesn’t seem like a large amount of weight gain, studies show that American’s also never loose… Read More »

Craft Corner: St. Patrick’s Day

In Family Activities, Wallet Friendly On March 10, 2014 0 Comments

We have two crafts that are kid approved, fun, and will make your little leprechauns jump with joy. You should have most of the materials laying around your… Read More »

Reduce and Reuse…Coffee Grounds?

In Food, Money Saving Meals, Wallet Friendly On March 6, 2014 0 Comments

Every green gardener knows that coffee grounds infuse your soil with nutrients, but with the amount you drink, more ends up going to waste than being salvaged. Fortunately… Read More »

Craft Corner: Homemade Birdhouse

In Family Activities On March 2, 2014 0 Comments

With spring right around the corner and warmer weather on the way, you might be trying to come up with ways to get the kids and yourself out… Read More »

Encourage Writing

In Educational Activities, Family Activities On February 24, 2014 0 Comments

With mid-terms approaching it’s important to be involved in your child’s school work. Whether it be pre-k, elementary, middle school, or high school, be sure to boost your… Read More »

Rainy Day Art Projects

In Family Activities On February 20, 2014 0 Comments

With spring right around the corner, wetter weather is on the way. Although playing in puddles and the mud is fun, you might need some indoor projects to… Read More »

Gardening Benefits

In Family Activities, Food, Home & Garden On February 16, 2014 0 Comments

With only 3 weeks left of winter (per the Groundhog) it’s time to start gardening. Even if you don’t have a green thumb or don’t even know where… Read More »